Study Shown UN Brought CHOLERA to Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

June 29, 2011
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Study Shown UN Brought CHOLERA to Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Forbes.com By TRENTON DANIEL and JONATHAN M. KATZ , 06.29.11, 09:13 PM EDT PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Evidence “strongly suggests” that a United Nations peacekeeping mission brought a cholera strain to Haiti that has killed thousands of people, a study by a team of epidemiologists and physicians says. The study is the strongest argument yet...
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Martelly to Pick Ceant as PM

June 29, 2011
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Martelly to Pick Ceant as PM

Martelly will be sending letters today to the Chambre of Deputies today, naming Jean-Henri Ceant as his choice for Prime Minister. With game Martelly has been playing, Ceant may be wise to sit on the bench until later. Martelly’s present agenda could aim at removing Ceant from the long term game by creating an...
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Post-quake Haiti: Security Depends on Resettlement and Development

June 29, 2011
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Post-quake Haiti: Security Depends on Resettlement and Development

Port-au-Prince/Bogotá/Brussels  |   28 Jun 2011 A year and a half after a deadly earthquake devastated its capital, 650,000 victims still wait for permanent housing in more than 1,000 unstable emergency camps across Haiti as a new hurricane season arrives. Post-quake Haiti: Security Depends on Resettlement and Development , the latest policy briefing from the International...
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Heavy wind and waves flip over Haitian ferry; 5 dead as officials look for 7 others missing

June 29, 2011
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Heavy wind and waves flip over Haitian ferry; 5 dead as officials look for 7 others missing

Washington Post: PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haitian authorities are looking for seven people missing after a ferry capsized in a bay west of Haiti’s capital. Five others are known to have died, while five people have been rescued. Nadia Lochard at Haiti’s civil protection says heavy wind and high waves flipped the ferry over Monday...
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Taiwan-assisted reconstruction in Haiti remains on track

June 28, 2011
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Taiwan-assisted reconstruction in Haiti remains on track

Taiwan Today: Post-quake reconstruction work being carried out in Haiti with assistance from Taiwan, including a new village project, has been progressing according to plan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said June 27. The Western Caribbean island nation was hit by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake in early January 2010 that killed hundreds of thousands,...
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HAITI SOCIO-ECONOMIC POLICY JOB CREATION PROPOSAL

June 28, 2011
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HAITI SOCIO-ECONOMIC POLICY JOB CREATION PROPOSAL

SUBMITTED b User name eduj on June 27th HAITI SOCIO-ECONOMIC POLICY JOB CREATION PROPOSAL Haiti is one the poorest country in the world. Approximately 70% of all Haitians depend on the agriculture sector, mainly small-scale subsistence farming, and remains vulnerable to damage from frequent natural disasters, exacerbated by the country’s widespread deforestation. A macroenomic...
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Chilean begins as UN peacekeeping chief in Haiti

June 27, 2011
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Chilean begins as UN peacekeeping chief in Haiti

The MERCURY News:PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—A career Chilean diplomat has taken up his post as head of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti. Mariano Fernandez Amunategui (Ah-mu-NA-te-gee) is the special representative of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. He replaces Edmond Mulet, a Guatemalan diplomat who left the job in late May. Fernandez will oversee the U.N....
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JEAN-HENRY CEANT AND MAX BELLERIVE NAMED AS MARTELLY FAVOURITES FOR PRIME MINISTER.

June 27, 2011
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JEAN-HENRY CEANT AND MAX BELLERIVE NAMED AS MARTELLY FAVOURITES FOR PRIME MINISTER.

WE HAVE ALREADY HAD ENOUGH OF BELLERIVE AND HIS PARTNERSHIP/LOYALTY TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, LET’S GO WITH CEANT June 27, 2011 16:00 hours
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PREVAL GONE BUT HIS CRIME CONTINUES TO MAKE MILLIONS FOR THOSE INVOLVED

June 27, 2011
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PREVAL GONE BUT HIS CRIME CONTINUES TO MAKE MILLIONS FOR THOSE INVOLVED

June 26, 2011 Following the January 12, 2010 earthquake there were problems in the harbor area that prevented normal offloading of containers. The Preval team rented a large barge at about $7500 per day. This barge would moor against the ship and offload containers onto its deck. The barge would then be moved the...
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Corruption : GLOBAL VOICE, La compagnie du principal conseillé de Martelly en charge de collecter les fonds prélevés sur les appels de la diaspora

June 27, 2011
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Corruption : GLOBAL VOICE, La compagnie du principal conseillé de Martelly en charge de collecter les fonds prélevés sur les appels de la diaspora

Népotisme? Dans quelles conditions ce contrat a-t-il été signé? Combien perçoit Global Voice pour son travail? Pourquoi Global Voice a-t-il obtenu ce contrat? Qui a recommandé Global Voice? Le conseiller Laurent Lamothe a-t-il réalisé l’étude qui a porté finalement sur le hold-up d’Etat (Bandit Légal?), Conflit d’interet Hold-up d’état sur les transferts et les...
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Haiti: qu’est-ce qui bloque la reconstruction de la Capitale?

June 27, 2011
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Haiti: qu’est-ce qui bloque la reconstruction de la Capitale?

Par: Ayiti Kale Je Si la capitale haïtienne pouvait être reconstruite à partir de documents seulement, les présentations en PowerPoint, les PDF’s, les documents stratégiques, les rapports superbement schématisés et les discussions à n’en plus finir sur la « mixité sociale », on en serait aux travaux de finition. NDLR. L’article qui suit est...
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Denis O’Brien, décoré par Michel Martelly

June 26, 2011
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Denis O’Brien, décoré par Michel Martelly

LeMatin:Tous juste revenu d’une visite médicale aux Etats-Unis, le président Michel Martelly a décoré, dans l’après-midi de ce mardi 21 juin, Denis O’Brien, président de la Digicel. Une décoration qui est la résultante des investissements considérables consentis par la Digicel dans le cadre de ses opérations en Haïti. M. O’Brien a été reçu et...
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Détention en Équateur du citoyen haïtien Daméus Vikese

June 26, 2011
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Détention en Équateur du citoyen haïtien Daméus Vikese

Le Nouvelliste:Détention en Équateur du citoyen haïtien Daméus Vikese pour son implication présumée dans la traite et le trafic de jeunes Haïtiens. Haïti: Quito, 17 juin 2011 Le citoyen haïtien Daméus Vikese a été détenu aujourd’hui 17 mai 2011, vers six heures du matin, à l’aéroport de Quito, alors qu’il entrait en Équateur accompagné...
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GREED IS GREAT – HAITIAN BUSINESSMEN RAPE HAITI – AGAIN

June 26, 2011
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GREED IS GREAT – HAITIAN BUSINESSMEN RAPE HAITI – AGAIN

wsws.org By John Marion 24 June 2011 On June 15, the whistleblower web site WikiLeaks began releasing US diplomatic cables from the period immediately following the devastating Haitian earthquake of January 2010. The cables, from among the 251,287 in WikiLeaks’ possession, provide important information on the machinations of US politicians, on their tight control...
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‘Super sand’ to help clean up dirty drinking water

June 26, 2011
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‘Super sand’ to help clean up dirty drinking water

The technology could help improve access to clean water in developing countries BBC: Contaminated water can be cleaned much more effectively using a novel, cheap material, say researchers. Dubbed “super sand”, it could become a low-cost way to purify water in the developing world. The technology involves coating grains of sand in an oxide...
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M 3.5 aftershock causes panic in Haiti, at least 20 injured

June 26, 2011
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M 3.5 aftershock causes panic in Haiti, at least 20 injured

Last update: June 25, 2011 at 10:02 am by By Armand Vervaeck and James Daniell After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti where around 137000 people died , whenever the ground shakes, people remember the horror of that day and panic occurs. Yesterday, a shallow M3.5 earthquake, gave the ground a shake, and people rushed...
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Haiti government in limbo as prime minister candidate rejected

June 26, 2011
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Haiti government in limbo as prime minister candidate rejected

(CNN) — He had grand plans on how to rebuild his broken land, but Haitian President Michel Martelly can’t even get over the first hurdle: forming a government. Haiti’s parliament rejected Tuesday the new president’s pick for prime minister, Daniel Rouzier, sending Martelly back to the drawing board. Meanwhile, it has been more than...
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LE GROUPE DE BOURDON EN PLEINE CAMPAGNE POUR LA CONTINUITE DE L’INITE ET DES POLITIQUES DE PREVAL

June 26, 2011
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LE GROUPE DE BOURDON EN PLEINE CAMPAGNE POUR LA CONTINUITE DE L’INITE ET DES POLITIQUES DE PREVAL

Mission spéciale pour le démissionnaire Après le rejet de Daniel Gérard Rouzier par la Chambre des députés, le président de la République a vite compris que le pays ne devrait pas mourir pour autant. Il a donc fait appel au service du Premier ministre démissionnaire, Jean-Max Bellerive, pour l’aider dans l’exécution de son programme...
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INITE’s Attempts to Corrupt Martelly’s Change Agenda? By Stanley Lucas

June 26, 2011
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INITE’s Attempts to Corrupt Martelly’s Change Agenda? By Stanley Lucas

Six months ago a political struggle began between those who want change and modernization in Haiti and those that want to maintain the corrupt, poverty stricken status quo. The battle over the ratification of Daniel Rouzier is a key component of that battle. The fight for modernization in order to win the future started...
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Haitians’ shoddy ‘transitional’ shelters are becoming permanent

June 25, 2011
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Haitians’ shoddy ‘transitional’ shelters are becoming permanent

In this photo taken June 20, 2011, a girl stands next to a temporary houses at a refugee camp set up for people displaced by the January 2010 in Carrefour, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The structures are part of hundreds of wooden frames with steel or plywood roofs that foreign aid groups erected as a temporary...
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